The 19 guest rooms at this hotel are all in the Standard category, and its accommodation is undoubtedly the hotel's strong point as the rooms are very large. As a matter of taste, you might not be taken with the rustic decor or the felt-like materials in old-fashioned colours, but the surroundings are certainly well-appointed and the furniture perfectly comfortable (the brochure describes it as 'stylish Italian'). Do bear in mind though that the rooms are a little dark, as the decorating team decided to divide up the space with low walls. The hotel's facilities, meanwhile, are certainly not top-notch. Wi-Fi is available in the breakfast room and on the first floor only, there's no individual air-conditioning or room service (though the minibar is stocked), and the televisions are of the ancient cathode-ray variety and broadcast just a few foreign channels. The bathrooms, for their part, are bright and spacious, and most are equipped with a bathtub, a bidet, and a hair-dryer.